Labour conference: Tom Watson on phone-hacking threats

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Tom Watson - famed for the phone-hacking investigations - told Andrew Neil how journalists and private detectives have been following him around and new threats have been made against him.

The culture committee member said of the tabloid newspapers: "They did go for me and I am sure they will do."

The Labour MP explained his role in with the phone-hacking investigations after clips of him in action in the House of Commons were aired.

News International later declined to comment on Mr Watston's claims in this interview.

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